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Lawyer

Charles Edward Grinnell, American lawyer.

Background

Grinnell, Charles Edward was born on May 7, 1841 in Baltimore. Son of Charles Andrews and Anna Almy (Cobb) Grinnell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1862, A.M., 1865, graduate Division School, 1865, Bachelor of Laws, 1876. Also studied div. at Yale, 1862-1864, and University of Göttinger, 1865-1866.

Career

Admitted to bar, 1876. A master in chancery, 1878-1913. Editor American Law Review, 1881-1882 and 1907-1909.

Harvard Chapter. Author: A Study of the Poor Debtor Law of Massachusetts and Some Details of Its Practice, 1883. Points in Pleading and Practice Under the Massachusetts Practice Act, 1889. Subsequent Payments Under Resulting Trusts, 1887.

Modern Murder Trials and Newspapers, 1901. Home: Boston, Mass.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor American Law Review, 1881-1882 and 1907-1909. Harvard Chapter. Author: A Study of the Poor Debtor Law of Massachusetts and Some Details of Its Practice, 1883. Points in Pleading and Practice Under the Massachusetts Practice Act, 1889.

      Subsequent Payments Under Resulting Trusts, 1887. Modern Murder Trials and Newspapers, 1901.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Tucker Washburn, July 11, 1865.

father:
Charles Andrews Grinnell

mother:
Anna Almy (Cobb) Grinnell

spouse:
Elizabeth Tucker Washburn